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Dating back to the early part of the 20th century, African Americans in Omaha have attempted to band together to provide for the needs and care of the elderly in the community. This image, which dates back to 1913, features several women who worked…

This is the Morrises' anniversary photo and a decoration from the original wedding dress preserved in the family history record. The wife, Elizabeth (Eliza) Morris (nee Frerichs) was a child of the German emigrants' descendants who settled in Otoe…

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A postcard photograph featuring Wiebke Maria Magdalena Pageler in a tall hat. Ms. Pageler was born 1888 and died 1988.

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Unknown Italian couple's wedding photograph. Surrounded by family members.

Wedding photograph of Frank Laguzza and AlDona Popek. Married on June 23, 1945.

Wedding portrait photograph of Ed Bennett and Julia A. (nee) Manning taken in 1898. Ed and Julia were the maternal grandparents of Cel Davis. Their names are written on the back side.

These are photographs and newspaper photos featuring various aspects of Kearney, Nebraska.

This photo is of Usef Kuwa, father of Mengistu Kuwa. Usef was leader of people in the Nuba Mountains. He was chosen to be a leader by the people and was held with great respect according to Mengistu. Different regions had different tribes, and the…

This photograph of the May 8th train depot fire comes from the Littlefield family papers in the collection of Terri and Dave Maban. The photo is one of the series of several photos taken of the Chicago Burlington & Quincy (CB&Q) Railroad…

North Omaha’s Dreamland Ballroom, located on 24th Street near Lake Street, was a prominent stop on the national and regional jazz and r&b circuit from the 1930s through the 1960s. Most of the leading acts played the Dreamland during these years. Do…
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